Substantial losses for high earners likely to be behind Chancellor’s pre-Budget postponement
Radical pension reforms could significantly boost the pension savings of the majority of earners, but at the cost of substantial losses to high earners and major disruption to the industry. These costs are likely to have led to the Chancellor backing off changes last week, according to a new report published today (Thursday) by the independent think-tank the Resolution Foundation.
Seventh Annual Report Series Reveals Perspectives from more than 900 Startup Companies Primarily in the US, UK and China
U.S. exports of fuel ethanol reached their highest level in four years in 2015, totaling 844 million gallons, a slight increase from 2014 and second only to the 1.2 billion gallons exported during 2011. U.S. imports of ethanol, which totaled 73 million gallons in 2014, also increased in 2015, reaching a total of 92 million gallons. The United States remained a net exporter of fuel ethanol for the sixth consecutive year and exported the fuel to 35 different countries in 2015.
(PressReleasePoint) - BENGALURU, India - March 9, 2016 - Infoholic Research LLP, a global ICT market research and consulting organization, recently published a study titled "Virtual Private Cloud: Trends & Forecasts, 2016-2022." Infoholic predicts that SMEs will dominate the Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) market in the coming years and this virtual private cloud market is estimated to reach $45.69 billion by 2022.
Herndon, VA, March 9, 2016 – VT iDirect, Inc. (iDirect), a company of Vision Technologies Systems, Inc. (VT Systems), today announced that OmniAccess, a leading provider of VSAT services to the luxury yacht market, is launching its Broadbeam nextGen VSAT service using iDirect’s latest Evolution technology. OmniAccess will be the first to leverage iDirect’s new DVB-S2X-ready universal line cards and new 9350 satellite remote, which exceeds 140 Mbps aggregate throughput. This next generation VSAT service will meet the ever-increasing demand for connectivity aboard super yachts worldwide.
RICHMOND, Va. — Grants announced by the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) this week will support 32 cybercamp programs for high school students this summer. The goal of the programs is to raise student awareness of career opportunities in the rapidly growing field of cybersecurity and help achieve Governor Terry McAuliffe’s goal of making Virginia the “cybersecurity capital of the nation.”